Directed by James M. Muro
In this gloriously oddball 1987 horror-comedy, a group of bums turn into blue blobs of rotted mush after drinking old booze, sold by a craven liquor store owner. Then Bronson, the psychotic veteran who rules their hobo camp, snaps and begins killing the derelicts at random. As the bodies pile up, two brothers realize they must stop both the booze and Bronson from wiping out their closest friends. Filled with hilariously messy gore gags designed to offend everyone (including an outrageous game of keepaway), STREET TRASH is a must-see for fans of Frank Henenlotter, William Lustig and Troma Entertainment. Contains strong language, sexual scenes, violence and gore.
A psychotic Vietnam vet and toxic booze threaten the lives of a group of homeless men.
Cast: Mike Lackey, Bill Chepil, Vic Noto
Feels like a Troma film... which are not my favorite but if you love Troma you'll love this.
B movie gore where you want all the characters to die
The toxic intersection between poverty and addiction, the enduring psychological impact of war, the appalling lack of morality along the thin blue line, the violence bred through wealth inequality, and the callously dispensable treatment of women in post-industrial America: there’s much more going on in this film than I anticipated, but the loose,meandering narrative meanders in a manner that leaves much irreconcilably in the ether. Also, there’s an extended scene of keep-away with a severed dick. A better overall film than I anticipated.
yh the story was quite shit , a lot of it was predictable and really dumb ,like they would introduce characters or b plots that don't go anywhere , some of the jokes were funny tho and the gore/special effects for the movie were ight but there are only a few good acted characters and they get too little screentime , overall a film only to really enjoy if ur drunk with friends or high on shrooms